Nick Arnette, known as the “Feel-Good Funny Guy,” has been entertaining audiences with his clean and clever comedy for over 20 years. He is a nationally known speaker and comedian renowned for his highly customized, light-hearted and friendly style that appeals to young and old alike. Nick’s comic style is friendly and light-hearted, and he’ll not only make you and your people laugh—he will also befriend and encourage them. Nick can help your group see the lighter side of their problems with his clever stand-up comedy and original brand of good, clean fun! Nick will make your people feel important, let your staff and volunteers know they matter, authentically care for your audience and customize his presentation to suit your needs.
Nick has performed in front of audiences of all shapes and sizes, at times alongside some of the comedy greats like Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld and Tim Allen. He was recently featured by the Associated Press in hundreds of newspapers nationwide, including The New York Times. You may have even seen him on television on HBO, A&E, Comedy Central and other comedy shows.
Nick is the author of The Book of Dude, a popular humor book and a major contributor to Comedy Comes Clean and Comedy Comes Clean II. He has a very deep faith in Christ and has completed the Calvary Chapel School of Ministry program in Encino, California. He serves actively in his home church and holds himself accountable to a small group that meets regularly. He says one of his greatest joys is “to make people laugh and put their problems into proper perspective through humor.” Churches and ministries all over the nation recommend Nick, calling him“easy to work with,”“relevant,” “appropriate for our audience,” and “affirming.” Suffice to say, whether it's laughter you're after or humor with a message, Nick Arnette will serve your audience well.
I’ve been a Christian since 9th grade. I’m saved by God’s grace (Eph. 2:8-9). I actively serve at my church and am accountable to a small group that meets regularly. I believe the Bible is the final authority. It’s not what I think or feel; it’s what the Bible says.
One of the greatest joys in my life is to make people laugh and put their problems into proper perspective through humor. I’m actually glad when things go wrong for me because it causes me to fix my eyes on Christ (Hebrews 12:2). Also, it reminds me to be thankful for the trial, (Eph. 3:20), and God’s Word assures me that good will come from the trial (Rom. 5:3-5). Prayerfully, I hope that others will get the same message at one of my comedy shows. To God be the glory and honor and power, forever (Rev. 4:11).